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Government the issue I appreciate the good intentions of folks concerned about the gun violence in our society. I too am distraught over the tragedy at Newtown, as all of our good citizens are. I am very ...
LYNDEN — Lynden 17-year-old Jose Martinez walked up the stairs of the Sonlight Community Church on Monday afternoon. It’s a walk he’s done over 1,000 times. The moment he enters through the doors, ...
BELLINGHAM — If there’s anyone who understands battling adversity, it’s Chris Mitchell. The Nooksack Valley High School alum and Western Washington power forward has seen it all when it comes to ...
BELLEVUE — Lynden’s Luanne Van Werven, for four years Whatcom County’s top Republican, is now second in rank in the state party. Van Werven was elected vice-chair at a state reorganization meeting ...
FERNDALE — Tom Elbrecht’s restored hot rod got broken in on Thursday with the help of local law enforcement. Portal Way between Brown and Grandview roads briefly morphed into a drag strip for the occasion, ...
LYNDEN — Getting projects started has been a hard sell as of late in the Lynden School District. So the district is taking a somewhat new approach this year to its widely known facilities issues. It’s ...
WHATCOM — “The Hurt Locker” director Kathryn Bigelow’s new thriller “Zero Dark Thirty” opens on a black screen that reads “September 11, 2001.” What follows is a harrowing audio sequence ...
WHATCOM — The County Council on Jan. 15 filled some open spots on county boards and commissions for 2013, but many openings still remain. (See list online.) Ben Elenbaas of Lynden and Mary Beth Teigrob ...
OLYMPIA — Sen. Doug Ericksen is sponsoring two bills aimed at increasing access to public lands. Both are due to receive public hearings this week in the Senate Natural Resources and Parks Committee. ...
THURSDAY Robert’s Rules Learn and develop how to run or participate in an effective, efficient meeting by using Robert’s Rules of Order. Toastmaster Marlin Hendricks returns to the Lynden Library from ...